Today someone asked on the Mad About Schnauzers Facebook Group what the collective noun is for a group of schnauzers. There were lots of excellent suggestions but my favourite was a Schnuggle of Schnauzers (and also the very apt suggestion of a Shout of Schnauzers!).
I paid a visit to DBARC today with The Fabulous Famous Five (Henry the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the schnauzer team: Gertie, Violet, Hansel and Nell). As always, Henners was seriously outnumbered. We were joined on a walk with 4 schnauzer puppies – Buddy plus 3 of his siblings who were visiting and Dennis and Pansy, 2 of the resident dogs. I took loads of photos to share with you in this blog post. I needed to come up with a title, and a Schnuggle of Schnauzers seemed to fit perfectly!
Dennis and Pansy are both doing really well. Their confidence has grown enormously since I last saw them. They both have some fantastic news. Dennis and Pansy have found a new home… together! They will be trotting off to start their new lives together with their family sometime in the next week. Good luck Dennis and Pansy. I will miss seeing your beautiful faces when I visit, but I am so happy that you have a loving home to go to.
Little Buddy and his siblings had lots of fun playing rough and tumble. Buddy has another check up at The Ralph in just over a week to check his cleft palate and to assess when his operation can take place. But for today, he was just having fun.
Here are a selection of photos and videos from our visit.
Fifi & Darcy
Dennis Extreme Close Up!
Henners & Dennis
Pansy & Dennis
Pansy & Violet
Dennis & Hansel at the front. Nell & Violet behind.
Nell, Gertie, Dennis in the background. Violet at the front
Hansel, Henners, Gertie & Nell
Nell, Gertie, Henners, Dennis, Nell & Gertie
Hansel, Gertie & Violet
Nell & Pansy. Dennis, Violet & Nell.
Dora Goes For A Paddle
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